Stories by David Lee

Experienced Pacers seeking deeper run

USC Aiken enters the 2015 season ranked 14th in Division II after going 36-17 last season. The Pacers have experience and depth across the board as they shoot for a deep postseason run.
By David Lee

Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015

Paine baseball expects more success

Paine endured the growing pains of a starting lineup featuring several freshmen last season. The Lions remain young, but they have higher expectations with more experience.
By David Lee

Monday, Jan. 26, 2015

Georgia Regents baseball continues process

Georgia Regents improved by eight conference wins in coach Jason Eller's first season, and the Jaguars now have the foundation in place to continue the program's progress.
By David Lee

Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015

Braves Country Caravan greets Augusta fans with smiles

The Atlanta Braves Country Caravan stopped at Academy Sports and Outdoors in Evans on Saturday, featuring Hall of Famer Don Sutton, hitting coach Kevin Seitzer and outfield prospect Mallex Smith.
By David Lee

Friday, Jan. 23, 2015

Mustangs win to gain upper hand in region

Midland Valley used a strong second half to beat Airport 66-53 on Friday night, giving the Mustangs a one-game lead over the Eagles in Region 5-AAA.
By David Lee

Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015

Lions rout Wildcats to keep streak alive

Paine overpowered Fort Valley State to win 103-72 on Thursday night, giving the Lions their 11th consecutive win.
By David Lee

Paine women pull away in second half

Paine women outscored Fort Valley State by 26 in the second half to win 81-66 on Thursday night.
By David Lee

Monday, Jan. 19, 2015

Fisk claims junior title in playoff

Steven Fisk made par on the first playoff hole to beat Jake Carter and win the Carolinas-Georgia Junior Championship at Mount Vintage Plantation Golf Club.
By David Lee

Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015

Paine's streak continues in close win

Paine held a close lead late to beat Stillman 71-68 on Saturday, giving the Lions their 10th consecutive win.
By David Lee

Stillman women blow past Paine

Stillman overmatched Paine on both sides of the ball to win 68-60 on Saturday at the HEAL Complex.
By David Lee

Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015

Energetic Jaguars handle Pirates

Georgia Regents used a strong second half to beat Armstrong State 75-62 on Wednesday night.
By David Lee

Pirate women hold off Jaguars

Despite jumping to a 14-0 lead to start the game, the Georgia Regents women couldn't hold the advantage in a 59-53 loss to Armstrong State on Wednesday night.
By David Lee

Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015

Border Bowl II includes competitive practices

Border Bowl II is scheduled for Saturday, but both teams are enjoying a string of competitive practices in anticipation of the game.
By David Lee

Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015

North Augusta beats Aiken in double overtime

North Augusta coach Tony Harrell's return to his former home gym proved to be a wild bout as the Yellow Jackets beat Aiken 79-75 in double overtime.
By David Lee

Former Lynx coach Burton passes away

Former Augusta Lynx coach Jim Burton died from a heart attack Monday night. He was 53.
By David Lee

Monday, Dec. 29, 2014

Josey blows past Hephzibah

Josey combined two strong offensive performances with a team effort on defense to beat Hephzibah 64-48 on Monday.
By David Lee

Saturday, Dec. 27, 2014

Laney charges past Cross Creek

Laney's Gemiya Bowman made a free throw with 11 seconds left to cap a double-digit comeback as the Lady Wildcats beat Cross Creek 43-42 on Saturday night.
By David Lee

Area baseball talent supports Blume

An impressive collection of area baseball talent gathered Saturday to support former Evans and Augusta State player Matt Blume, who was recently diagnosed with cancer.
By David Lee

Friday, Dec. 26, 2014

Rhodes, Coleman lead Butler to win over Richmond Academy

Butler's Ben Rhodes and Don Coleman combined for 49 points to lead the Bulldogs to a 74-60 win over Richmond Academy on Friday at the Holiday Round Ball Classic at Paine.
By David Lee

Thursday, Dec. 25, 2014

Fox Creek's Schneider named South Carolina Coach of the Year

Fox Creek's Russ Schneider has been with the Predators through the ups and downs of building a program. It culminated in the team's first region title in 2014.
By David Lee
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